@Icthyes Of course they will, and quite honestly they can. NO one can deny the fact that, if given a race winning car, Kubica could battle for the championship. 2008 proved that, and had BMW not began their (failed) development program for 09 mid way through the season, he could have been fighting for the WDC with Massa and Hamilton. However, thats not how things happened, and now that his possibilities of becoming a champion have become close to none, his fans are going to blame that accident. Because they can, and because honestly, the accident IS to blame.
@pepsiperfect I’m not sure from that comment if your pro Kubica coming back and winning, or against it. Either way, he most likely will need a season in the mid field to get back to grips.
@Andy92 Yes, Massa isn’t winning races anymore, but I think it has more to do with not winning the WDC in 08 than the accident. Performance is usually affected if a crucial body part needed for racing is injured (A hand or leg). I’m not saying you don’t need your head to be quick (You need your head to do anything), but I’m saying that a broken skull and a gash above your eye is NOT going to impair your driving skills. And after accidents like this, drivers of this caliber usually don’t become scared of racing. So thats why I think it wasn’t the accident that has slowed him, but the fact that he didn’t win in 08.